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2019 World Cup: Australia outgun Canada Sep 1, 2019
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Australia – Canada 108:92

Matthew Dellavedova (193-G-90, college: St.Mary’s, CA) scored 24 points as Australia fired past Canada for the first win at the World Cup. The Boomers got to a strong start in the game. Australia sank 29 points in the first period to take a 9-point lead. They added 23 points in the second quarter to boost the margin at 12-point mark at the big break 52:40. But Canada opened the third term firing on all cylinders. They used an 18:3 run to take a 58:55 lead midway through the period. Canada held on to the lead as they entered the fourth quarter up by one 77:76. But Australia came back to life in the final period. Matthew Dellavedova drained several long bombs to trigger a decisive rally as Australia raced to the win. Chris Goulding (192-G-88) provided 16 points in the victory. Cory Joseph (190-PG-91, college: Texas) chipped in 16 points, while Khem Birch (208-C-92, college: UNLV) topscored with 18 points in the loss.

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youtube Australia – Canada 108:92 Matthew Dellavedova (193-G-90, college: St.Mary’s, CA) scored 24 points as Australia fired past Canada for the first win at the World Cup. The Boomers got to a strong start in the game. Australia sank 29 points in the first period to take a 9-point lead. They added 23 points in the second quarter to boost the margin at 12-point mark at the big break 52:40. But Canada opened the third term firing on all cylinders. They used an 18:3 run to take a 58:55 lead midway…  
Australia – Canada 108:92

Matthew Dellavedova (193-G-90, college: St.Mary’s, CA) scored 24 points as Australia fired past Canada for the first win at the World Cup. The Boomers got to a strong start in the game. Australia sank 29 points in the first period to take a 9-point lead. They added 23 points in the second quarter to boost the margin at 12-point mark at the big break 52:40. But Canada opened the third term firing on all cylinders. They used an 18:3 run to take a 58:55 lead midway through the period. Canada held on to the lead as they entered the fourth quarter up by one 77:76. But Australia came back to life in the final period. Matthew Dellavedova drained several long bombs to trigger a decisive rally as Australia raced to the win. Chris Goulding (192-G-88) provided 16 points in the victory. Cory Joseph (190-PG-91, college: Texas) chipped in 16 points, while Khem Birch (208-C-92, college: UNLV) topscored with 18 points in the loss.

Tags : MATTHEW DELLAVEDOVA, CLEVELAND CAVALIERS, USA BASKETBALL

youtube Brazil – New Zealand 102:94 Brazil opened win count at the 2019 World Cup Group F. They outlasted New Zealand in Nanjing today. Leandro Barbosa (190-G-82) came up with 22 points to lead the Latin American side. The teams went neck and neck throughout the first half. Both teams caught fire beyond the arc trading three-pointers left and right. New Zealand and Brazil were tied at 50 after twenty minutes. The Tall Blacks posted a 56:50 lead early in the third term but Brazil bounced back. Th…  
Brazil – New Zealand 102:94

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Brazil opened win count at the 2019 World Cup Group F. They outlasted New Zealand in Nanjing today. Leandro Barbosa (190-G-82) came up with 22 points to lead the Latin American side.
The teams went neck and neck throughout the first half. Both teams caught fire beyond the arc trading three-pointers left and right. New Zealand and Brazil were tied at 50 after twenty minutes. The Tall Blacks posted a 56:50 lead early in the third term but Brazil bounced back. They went on a 16:2 run to turn the deficit into an 8-point lead. Brazil quickly boosted the gap to double digits as they entered the fourth term up by 16 points 78:62. New Zealand fought desperately in the final period. They unloaded 32 points but Brazil hung on to secure the winning outcome. Rafael Luz (188-PG-92, agency: Interperformances) produced 15 points for the winners. Corey Webster (188-G-88, college: Lambuth, agency: Alti Sport) replied with 19 points, while Isaac Fotu (203-F-93, college: Hawaii) added 17 points for the Tall Blacks.

Tags : LEANDRO BARBOSA, MINAS BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZILIAN BASKETBALL

youtube Turkey – Japan 86:67 Turkey victoriously opened their 2019 World Cup campaign. Melih Mahmutoglu (193-SG-90) and Ersan Ilyasova (208-F-87) scored 17 points each as Turkey rallied past Japan in the opener. Turkey set the tone early in the game. They fired 28 points in the first period to open a 16-point lead. Japan stopped the rot in the second term. The Asian side pulled within 12 points at the big break 35:47. But Turkey did not allow intrigue to spark in the second half. They went on a…  
Turkey – Japan 86:67

Turkey victoriously opened their 2019 World Cup campaign. Melih Mahmutoglu (193-SG-90) and Ersan Ilyasova (208-F-87) scored 17 points each as Turkey rallied past Japan in the opener.
Turkey set the tone early in the game. They fired 28 points in the first period to open a 16-point lead. Japan stopped the rot in the second term. The Asian side pulled within 12 points at the big break 35:47. But Turkey did not allow intrigue to spark in the second half. They went on a 20:14 run in the third term to take an 18-point lead and never looked back en route to the win. Cedi Osman (204-F-95) netted 12 points for the winning side. Rui Hachimura (203-F-98, college: Gonzaga) and Nick Fazekas (211-F/C-85, college: Nevada) replied with 15 points each for Japan.

Tags : MELIH MAHMUTOGLU, FENERBAHCE DOGUS ISTANBUL, TURKISH BASKETBALL


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